Obesity factors are more common in Hispanic, black children

03/1/2010 | Yahoo!

A study in Pediatrics showed many of the factors that increase chances of obesity, such as eating and sleeping habits in infancy, are more common in black and Hispanic children than in whites. A second study in Pediatrics showed obese children as young as 3 had signs of inflammatory markers that may raise their risk of heart disease later in life.

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